Wedding Ceremony

  • Choosing your wedding diamond

    If you’re used to shopping for costume jewelry, you’ll find that choosing an engagement ring is much more complicated. You don’t just walk into a store, choose a design you like, plop down a credit card, and call it done-at least, not if you want to be sure you’re getting a good price on the… Read more »

    April 5, 2015 Wedding Ceremony
  • Tips for the wedding limo

    Most people wouldn’t hire the cheapest surgeon, or stay at the cheapest hotel, yet, many brides-to-be shop for a limousine service in this fashion. Don’t make a precious mistake! The biggest mistake brides and grooms make when hiring a limousine service for their wedding is basing their decision solely on the “best price”. This translates… Read more »

    April 5, 2015 Wedding Ceremony
  • Wedding rehearsal dinner themes

    Wedding Rehearsal Dinners are wonderful intimate events. A Mexican Fiesta, A Hawaiin Luau, A Low Country Boil, A Clam Bake and a Spanish Tapas Party are five great rehearsal dinner themes that will add pizzazz to a special evening that will long be remembered. Out of all the wedding festivities, it is often the wedding… Read more »

    April 5, 2015 Wedding Ceremony
  • The rehearsal dinner speech

    If you play an important role in an upcoming wedding, you know the inevitable is on it’s way – the traditional speech or “toast” as it is widely known. If you are unfamiliar with this traditional, usually people in the wedding, such as the best man, maid of honor, the bride, groom, and bride’s parents… Read more »

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  • Wedding ring styles

    There are many styles of wedding rings and wedding bands. When looking for your own rings or bands, browse stores to compare the styles and prices that’s right for you. By giving yourself knowledge you can get a better deal and value for your purchase. First, create a budget, then give yourself some space within… Read more »

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  • Do you really need a wedding rehearsal

    Your ceremony is the beginning of the most wonderful day of your life. It sets the tone for the entire day; it is the smile on his face, the lump in his throat, the look that takes his breath away as he sees you coming down the aisle. This is your day, your moment in… Read more »

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  • Wedding with parents renewal of wedding vows

    I’m searching for information on triple weddings. My situation is a unique one. I am planning on being married, my first, my future husband’s second. The twist is that our parents will be renewing their vows on the same day: my parents, 45 years; his parents, 40 years. We will want this to be an… Read more »

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  • Planning an interfaith wedding

    An interfaith wedding can be a nightmare to plan. In addition to all the basic tasks that go hand in hand with planning any wedding, interfaith couples must deal with the challenges of coordinating their different religious beliefs and traditions. Still, each year hundreds of interfaith couples find a way to make their weddings work,… Read more »

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  • A history of wedding bands

    Couples all over the world have inherited the long tradition of exchanging wedding bands when they marry or create a union. The wedding band represents a promise made between the couple to remain faithful and loyal for as long as they live. Wedding bands have their history in ancient Egypt. The Egyptians fashioned rings and… Read more »

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  • Questions for the wedding officiant

    While much of the wedding planning process focuses on the reception, don’t forget that your ceremony is the reason behind the big party! Before the big day, you will meet with your officiant or potential officiants to discuss the wedding ceremony and any pre-ceremony requirements. Discover whether the officiant is open to your ideas, and… Read more »

    April 5, 2015 Wedding Ceremony
  • Rehearsal dinner tips

    The rehearsal dinner is an optional wedding event. Before World War II, it was uncommon, and the “tradition” of having the groom’s parents act as hosts is even more recent. If a groom’s parents wish to skip it entirely, they would be committing no error. Disagreements over the nature of the rehearsal dinner usually center… Read more »

    April 5, 2015 Wedding Ceremony
  • Your own wedding vows

    Nowadays, personalized vows are probably heard more often than the old familiar “for richer or for poorer, for better or for worse” (which is actually the Episcopal vow, and not universal). As many couples, and not a few officiants, have noticed, it can be difficult to write from the heart when you don’t have any… Read more »

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  • How to care for your wedding ring

    It’s no wonder you love your new ring. It’s been something wanted all your life and no jewelry will ever have the sentimental significance to you.

    April 5, 2015 Wedding Ceremony
  • Engagement ring stones

    Choosing an engagement ring can be a confusing task. Some guidance can be derived from the following list which refers you to your birthday stone. January Garnet for Truth and Faithfulness February Amethist for Sincerity March Aquamarine for Courage and Bloodstone for Strength April Rock Crystal for Concentration and Diamond for Lasting Love May Emerald… Read more »

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  • Planning the wedding limo

    Did you know that many limousine companies operate without insurance? And, that you can be held liable is there is an accident? When shopping for a classic limousine, make sure that the company you choose is licensed with the Public Utilities Commission and has a PUC permit number. If they do not have this number,… Read more »

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  • Remembering father at the wedding

    “My father who I was very close to is deceased. I am choosing my mother to walk me down the aisle as my father’s best representative. When the Pastor asks ‘Who gives this woman?’ I want my mother to include my father by saying “Her father and I do”. Is this innappropriate or too eerie for guests that know of my father’s death?”

    April 5, 2015 Wedding Ceremony
  • Questions about the wedding and engagement rings

    Although diamonds are supposed to be a girl’s best friend, it’s the wedding ring that traditionally goes lowest on the finger. However, this fairly straightforward custom causes an amazing amount of confusion and consternation.

    April 5, 2015 Wedding Ceremony
  • Arranging a wedding limo

    Utilize these wedding planning tips to ensure you limousine rental is safe and hassle-free. Limousines are costly business assets; it is not cost effective for limousine services to offer their service for 1 hour. Typically a 1 hour rental would consume more than 3 hours when considering travel times and vehicle preparation. You cannot rent… Read more »

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  • Wedding limo options

    Traffic jams and wedding days do not go very well hand in hand. Although you cannot control the traffic, you can control who is driving in it. Why drive yourself around on your wedding day? Make sure that you have a safe and reliable way to get to and from your ceremony, and if it’s… Read more »

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  • All about wedding officiants

    Tracking down a wedding officiant can be a little intimidating. Perhaps you remember a time when it was hard to get one if you weren’t among the “regularly churched”! But times have changed, and hiring an officiant for your wedding is now standard procedure. Basically, brides-to-be find themselves in one of two camps: Either they… Read more »

    April 5, 2015 Wedding Ceremony